DESCRIPTIONApexPro® FH offers an expansive and scalable telemetry option designed to support large healthcare enterprises.
ApexPro FH relies on an exceptional, bi-directional networking infrastructure operating in the Wireless Medical Telemetry Service (WMTS) for dependable communication of vital patient information. An access point-based, Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) infrastructure provides you with the capacity and flexibility to help meet your telemetry demands. These advanced technologies help ensure a reliable signal for every monitored patient. With ApexPro FH, vital patient details are available through a variety of information viewing devices to enable constant vigilance and workflow flexibility. When clinical intelligence can be accessed in so many convenient ways, caregivers are empowered to respond quickly to critical situations and take appropriate action.
FORUMSView All (3)
6 years ago
|no RF on another system|
I repaired a transceiver and it worked on my system buy when it was taken to a clinical unit, it did not work. what is going on?Reply
6 years ago
|AP Sequence Table Mismatch|
AP Sequence Table Mismatch, why am I getting this?Reply
7 years ago
|Adding FH to Apexpro CH system|
How do I add ApexPro FH to a CH system?Reply
SERVICE COMPANIESView All Vital Signs/Multi-Parameter Companies
- ApexPro FH uses the GE EK-Pro clinical algorithm, which processes and analyzes four independent, simultaneous ECG leads. Plus, an innovative Smart Leads Fail feature helps to reduce false ECG alarms.
- With GE EK-Pro, ApexPro FH supports advanced atrial fibrillation detection and alarming.
- ApexPro FH has the capability to monitor two V-leads on each patient.
- Pace detection across two vectors improves the system’s ability to see and recognize a wide variety of pacemakers.
- The flexible design of ApexPro FH allows each transmitter to monitor only the parameters each patient requires. Continuous monitoring of ECG and SpO2, and episodic monitoring of NIBP and temperature allow caregivers to tailor monitoring according to the patient’s acuity.